Dr Anton van Dellen was part of the ALBA working group which drafted a response to the Independent Review of Administrative Law. The Independent Review of Administrative Law is reviewing Judicial Review. Anton assisted with drafting the section on costs. Click Here To Download
Fraser Chambers ran a stand at the Bar Council Pupillage Fair which, for the first time, was held remotely . Because it was held remotely, potential applicants for pupillage from across England and Wales could attend without the expense and inconvenience of having to travel to London. There were some interesting [...]
Dr Anton van Dellen represents a Defendant in a claim concerning a property in London. The hearing was conducted remotely. The case concerns payment of a sum to a mortgage company by the Claimant who claims subrogation. Anton was instructed by Goldfield Solicitors.
Dr Anton van Dellen represented the legal owners of a property in London in a High Court hearing. The property in question is the subject of an agreement from 25 years ago which the legal owners say is void as it breaches the perpetuity rule. Anton was instructed by [...]
The General Medical Council (GMC) has published its updated Decision making and consent guidance, which comes into effect on 9 November 2020. The guidance will support doctors to practise shared decision making and help their patients to make healthcare decisions that are right for them. New features include: a focus [...]
The report highlights serious issues with how the civil courts respond to Anti-Social Behaviour. The Civil Justice Council (CJC) report finds that Anti-Social Behaviour Injunctions (ASBIs) are not working. The Anti-Social Behaviour Crime and Policing Act 2014 transferred much work relating to anti-social behaviour from the criminal courts to the civil [...]